James Lee to Louisa Bellett, undated
Scope and Contents
Fragment. A poem and letter that appears to be written by James Lee, addressed to Louisa. James's letter suggests he and Louisa are working through a problem in their relationship. He writes, "Louisa bear with my whims and follies a little longer, and all will be over, you will get rid of a childish lover, and I shall be happy in the arms of my God." No date.
- Creation: undated
- From the Collection: Ludwell Paradise, Lucy (Person)
- From the Collection: Lee, James (Person)
- From the Collection: Lee, Philip Ludwell (Person)
- From the Collection: Slater, Virginia Helena Lee (Person)
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From the Collection: 1.25 Linear Feet
From the File: English